Flickaflyer Blogger

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Flickaflyer is a new business start up based in the UK. The service is due to launch in the next few weeks and we are currently looking for a blogger / bloggers to become part of our team.

Flickaflyer is a bespoke digital flyer pack that can be accessed via any smartphone. Our aim is to create a better form of marketing for events and hopefully reduce the amount of flyers that are currently wasted, plus this is costly for the clubs, promoters and the environment.

Flickaflyer focuses on displaying its information in a very visual way in a flyer format rather than text based. There are many ways to unlock drinks promotions and win lots of prizes. For every event on the platform a user can enter to win tickets to each event by simply sharing the flyer on their chosen network thus creating a word of mouth hysteria.

What were looking for...

what were looking for is someone with a passion for music and art (all genres from classical to metal) . people that like to party engage in the current scene, if you check out mixmag blog or skiddle blog similar articles to this. the blog is featured on our website its run through word press and after xmas the blog will be accessible through the app. we have 6000 pre downloads so far and plan to expand across the uk starting out in Leeds.

As were starting out were hoping to have some guest bloggers before we set anything in stone, but as i said we do want to create a regular team and this is a small job to start with, with lots of potential to grow.

I have attached some images of the app and website below.

BLOG TOPICS we like:

What happened to the radio?
The history behind the classic club flyer.
What genre of music will disappear first?
Interviews with graphic designers who make flyers.
Review latest EP'S and albums from a full spectrum of genres.
Interview artist.
& looking for some ideas from you.

Look forward to hearing from you

Kind Regards,

Max McCormick

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